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RE: lynx-dev unistd.h

From: Wong, William
Subject: RE: lynx-dev unistd.h
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 16:52:28 -0500

How do I what dev# i have. There is no such file as makefile.msc in the 
distribution that I download, although it's distribution 2-8-2 that I 
download it from the web (not FTP).


-----Original Message-----
From:   Vlad Harchev [SMTP:address@hidden
Sent:   Saturday, January 08, 2000 3:39 AM
To:     address@hidden
Cc:     Wong, William
Subject:        Re: lynx-dev unistd.h

On Sat, 8 Jan 2000, Mike Bledig wrote:

> At some point in tine you wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I've download the distribution ver 2.8.2 and am trying to build the
> > code using MS Visual C++. I got to the point where in the file tcp.h,
> > at line 509 :  " #include <unistd.h> " Problem is, there's no such
> > file anywhere in the subdirectory of the distribution. I am wondering
> > if this is a Borland C's own header file?? Or maybe I didn't download
> > everything, but I've downloaded the from
> >, and unzipped it. Please advise.
> > Thank you in advance.
> >
> > William
> Go into a directory SER\CHRTRANS, run the batch file
> "makew32.bat".
> This will create the .H files needed.

  This won't create that header.
  Please use 'makefile.msc' located at the top of lynx source tree (it's
present in lynx-2.8.2dev16 at least). It contains commandline (and a set of 
defines) that will help to compile lynx (I hope).
  In particular, it defines NO_UNISTD_H, so you shouldn't have problem with
<unistd.h> you are having if you use that makefile.

  PS: I didn't compiled lynx with VC++, so I don't have any experience with


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